The Tennessee Sports Writers Association released its boys’ soccer all-state teams on Saturday morning and nine area players were honored.
Five of the honorees were on the Division II-A team, while four were on the Class A-AA team.
The five on the Division II-A all-state team were from Sacred Heart (three) and University School of Jackson (two).
Sophomore Sidney Bryant, senior Tim Geraghty and freshman Sean Graham were the three Sacred Heart players honored on the all-state team.
Bryant, The Jackson Sun’s 2015 Boys’ Soccer Offensive Player of the Year, scored 17 goals and added eight assists. Geraghty scored five goals and added nine assists. Graham scored five goals and added 11 assists.
The two USJ honorees were freshmen Charles Campbell and Jack Edwards.
Campbell had 17 goals and 12 assists this season for the Bruins, while Edwards had 18 goals and seven assists.
One other Jackson team had players named to an all-state team, and that was Madison with two named to the Class A-AA team in senior Matthew Tomlin and junior Adam Joyner.
Tomlin, The Jackson Sun’s 2015 Boys’ Soccer Defensive Player of the Year, scored 10 goals and added five assists. Joyner scored 12 goals and added 14 assists.
The other two West Tennessee honorees on the Class A-AA all-state team came from District 14 with Lexington junior Jace Vestal and Chester County senior Brennan Conaway.
Vestal had 17 goals and 10 assists for the Tigers this season, while Conaway led West Tennessee with 22 goals and added five assists.
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Nathan Djona — Antioch junior forward
Avery Cowan — Brentwood senior midfielder
Johnny Heckman — Centennial senior midfielder
Nick Zalewski — Cookeville senior
Ethan Jones — Cookeville senior
Marcos Cruz — Glencliff senior midfielder
Cameron Schneider — Hardin Valley senior forward
Logan Kington — Hardin Valley senior defender
Shawn Foster — Hardin Valley
Peyton McKnatt — Houston senior
Oshi Amro — Houston
Jason Phillips — Maryville forward
Benham Alinejad — Ravenwood senior forward
Lucas Altman — Science Hill midfielder junior
Grayson Garland — Science Hill goalkeeper
Elmer Cardoza — Station Camp junior forward
Tanner Carter — Station Camp junior defender
Taylor Rudolph — White Station senior
Ben Smith — Alcoa sophomore forward
Noah Jordan — Berean Christian
Brennan Conaway — Chester County senior forward
Jon Creel — CAK
Dallas Dunn — CAK forward
Matt Zaczyk — CAK midfielder
Niklas Stehnck — Chuckey-Doak, forward.
Zavior Phillips — Central Magnet junior midfielder
Walker Hagan — CPA senior goalkeeper
Taylor Bailey – Greeneville senior, keeper/forward.
Bailey Rader – Greeneville senior, defender
Alec McKenzie — Knoxville Catholic forward
Jace Vestal— Lexington junior forward
Matthew Tomlin — Madison senior CDM
Adam Joyner— Madison junior CAM
Ibrahima Dia — Sheffield, senior
Luis Vital — White House senior forward
Owen Clark — White House junior defender
Julien Tremblay — BGA senior defender
Harm Abbott — BGA
Braxton Kinney — BGA
Jim Frenc — BGA
Harrison Cox — ECS, senior
Jack Oliver — ECS
Conner Deck — ECS
Cameron Eubank — ECS
Sidney Bryant— Sacred Heart sophomore forward
Tim Geraghty— Sacred Heart senior midfielder
Sean Graham— Sacred Heart freshman midfielder
Tim Whicker — St. George’s, senior
Jack Edwards — USJ freshman midfielder
Charles Campbell— USJ freshman forward
Connor Jacobs — Webb, Junior, CDM
Carter Jung — Webb, Junior, D
Elo Wittig — Webb, Senior, GK
Andrew Ross — Webb
Colin Brewer, Baylor
Kyle Johnston, Baylor
George Pettway, Baylor
Cole Cannon, CBHS, sophomore
Jake Barrett, CBHS, senior
Hayden Whitley, CBHS, junior
Mack Smith, Ensworth junior
George Mullowney, Ensworth junior
Colby Green, Ensworth junior
Matt Garside, Ensworth junior keeper
Davis Luster, MBA senior
Andrew Conwell, MBA
Ellis Moore, MBA
Mac Mackey, MBA
Emerson Brock, McCallie
Drew Viscomi, McCallie
Marshall Martin, McCallie
Matthew Davidoff, MUS